The Ukraine-Russia Conflict Is Disrupting The Global Supply Chain


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Date: Thursday, April 14, 2022
Time: 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

Russia and Ukraine are key players in the global supply chain.

Many U.S.-based and European companies have at least one direct supplier in Russia or Ukraine.
  • Gases and rare metals such as Helium, Neon, Argon, Krypton, and Xenon come from the Russian-Ukrainian region; these gases are key materials for semiconductor manufacturing processes.
  • Russia exports 35% of the Palladium needed by the U.S., a key material in the production of chips, sensors, and memory.
  • Due to the conflict, the U.S., European Union, and their allies have imposed sanctions against Russia.
  • The U.S. has blocked the export of advanced technology such as semiconductors, telecommunication, encryption security, lasers, sensors, and maritime technologies.
  • Russia supplies over 30% of Europe’s Oil and over 35% of its Natural Gas.
  • Russia and Ukraine produce a combined 25% of the world’s wheat, as well as a large percentage of barley, and corn.
Join us on this webinar to see how SiliconExpert keeps a constant pulse of global incidence that may impact your supply chain. That, combined with our direct feeds from thousands of suppliers, gives us the most current and on-time information on component availability, part replacements, market forecasts, and geo risk insights.


Khaled Khaled Khalil
Supply Chain Manager

Khaled is responsible for creating, managing, and improving the supply chain product backlog, operational processes, data coverage, and workflows.
Tara Tara Robinson
Product Marketing Manager

For over 10 years, Tara has been helping customers understand how to get the most out of the products in their lives. She’s worked with big CPG brands, as well as global developers, to ideate and execute messaging campaigns that bridge the gap between innovation and utilization.